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Wake up to what's going on in Canada and the world. Each morning, we'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now. Our CBC News reporters will tell you about the political actors trying to make change, the movements catching fire, and the cultural moments going viral. Hosted by Marcia Young Monday through Thursday and John Northcott Friday through Sunday. We have new episodes seven days a week, dropping by 6 am ET on weekdays, 7 am ET on weekends. Start your day wit ...
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So you want real hockey talk? World Hockey Report is the place for you as Cody, Tyler and Pete are breaking everything down in the hockey world while talking to the biggest names in the game on WHR. Find us on Twitter: @worldhockeyrpt @JannerOnPxP
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Pierfrancesco Loreto

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Go beyond the headlines and find out more about news stories from all over the globe. Hosted in London by multilingual journalist Pierfrancesco Loreto. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/yourworldreporter/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/yourworldreporter/ Support the show at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/worldreporter Join us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and all other podcast directories.
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The tech giant terminates 28 staff who protested against a contract signed with the government of Israel. We get the latest. India's Bombay Stock Exchange warns investors against a deepfake video of its chief executive officer. We find out why. And we take a look at what is happening inside the board of LVMH now that the chairman and CEO, Bernard A…
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The UN has estimated the global Cost of Corruption at some 5% of the world's Gross Domestic Product. Today our sister programme Business Daily has been looking at this - specifically through the lens of shipping, and the demands of routine bribery facing sea-farers. Many of the goods we buy and consume have at some stage reached us by cargo ship...…
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Who benefits from Paxlovid antivirals? Fewer people than you think. The Trans Mountain Expansion Pipeline will begin moving oil soon. That means it's time for the government to sell it. Keffiyeh ban in Ontario legislature panned by opposition, Premier Doug Ford. India prepares for biggest election in history.…
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A Boeing engineer has told US lawmakers that he was harassed and threatened after he raised concerns about the safety of the company's planes. We hear from engineers and their claims. President Biden is set to call for a tripling of US tariffs on steel and aluminium. His demand for tariff hikes comes as he tackles fraught relations with China. Shou…
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worrying reports for Donald Trump's campaign of what may be an impending cash shortfall. The Financial Times has calculated that he's raised $75mn less for his presidential bid than Joe Biden in recent months, and has 270,000 fewer unique donors than he had at the same stage of his White House run four years ago. So what difference does money make …
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Economic growth in the US will be stronger than expected – but what does this mean for small businesses? We hear from an American business owner about the impact of an economic boom coinciding with inflation. Also, a UK legislation to ban cigarette sales leads to questions being raised on how tax duty for those specific sales will be recovered. Plu…
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The global economy is set to grow 3.2% this year, slightly more than previously expected, according to the International Monetary Fund. It’s optimistic assessment in today's keenly awaited Global Growth forecast, suggests the world is heading for a soft landing rather than a crash over the next few months. Ed Butler talks to a former deputy directo…
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Redundancies are expected after Tesla announces it will lay off more than 10% of its global vehicle workforce. Also how has a rise in consumer spend affected America’s economy which is grappling with inflation? Plus, the truth behind truth social continues as we look how Trump Media shares have been falling. And finally, is America’s immigration sy…
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Israel's economy is struggling in the wake of conflict with Hamas in Gaza. We hear from a start-up in the EV sector how tensions between Iran and Israel will affect businesses. Also, presenter Will Bain, looks at why Tesla is set to lay off more than 10% of its global electric vehicle workforce. And how Japan’s biggest brewer Asahi plans to expand …
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On episode 559, lots of sweets reviewed with Samantha Carpin and some new things for her Mom to try on their Caribbean Beach trip. Featuring: Mother/Daughter trip Caribbean Beach Chocolate Carmel Pretzel cookie Center Town Market Citrus Swirl Kitchen Sink cookie Proper fish and chips Rapunzel sundae Of course Gideons cookies cookie of the month – E…
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On today’s program we find out why Ukraine is suffering its worst power crisis since Russia launched its invasion. Also, find out why South America’s largest economy is grappling with high inflation. Plus, activists have begun a hunger strike on the island of Tenerife, in protest at what they see as the destructive growth of tourism on the Canary I…
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Moderna has halted plans to build a Covid-19 plant in Kenya alleging the demand after the pandemic has fallen dramatically. Rahul Tandon explores the different challenges that keep Africa missing out on investments to develop vaccines and the consequence this has on the population. And shareholders of United States Steel will vote on a planned take…
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As the European Central Bank holds interest rates steady at a record high of 4%, Vivienne Nunis asks whether the EU is ahead of the US in the race to reduce interest rates. We examine the economic relationship between Japan and the United States - as the Japanese prime minister Fumio Kishida addresses the US Congress. Plus in another Japan-US relat…
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Property tycoon Truong My Lan has been found guilty of embezzling from one of the country's largest banks for 11 years, and given a rare death sentence. We get the latest from our correspondent. And as the political crisis deepens in Myanmar, we hear the latest report from the United Nations which says the middle classes in the nation are at risk o…
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Consumer prices in the US rose faster than expected last month. The CPI measure of inflation rose 3.5% over the 12 months to March, up from 3.2% in February, the US Labor Department said. How will the new law restricting abortion in Arizona affect the state’s clinics? Plus UK Paralympic legend Baroness Tanni-Grey Thompson tells us what she makes of…
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